### Number Core

• 1. Representing 1-digit numbers.
• 2. Comparison of 1-digit numbers.
• 3. Addition of 1-digit numbers.
• 4. Word Problems on Addition (1-digit numbers).
• 5. Subtracting 1-digit numbers from 1-digit numbers.
• 6. Word Problems on Subtraction (1-digit numbers).
• 7. Number bonds of 10.

### Length

• 1. Comparing length directly using aligning endpoints.
• 2. Comparing length indirectly using the vocabulary: objects longer than, shorter than, and equal in length to that of a string.
• 3. Ordering three lengths using direct and indirect comparisons.
• 4. Identifying the need to use the consistent and same units for comparing different measurements.
• 5. Representing the lengths of objects in standard units.

### Capacity

• 1. Estimating and comparing using informal vocabulary: pour, fill, full, empty, holds more, less or the same amount as a given container.
• 2. Using appropriate non-standard measuring units for estimating the volume.
• 3. Discussing the need for standard units.
• 4. Estimating and measuring capacity using standard units. (the litre)

### Time

• 1. Getting familiar with the days of the week and months of the year.
• 2. Sequencing of the events occurring over longer periods in terms of dates/days.
• 3. Reading day, date and month using a calendar.
• 4. Identifying from the calendar, the day of the week on which a given date occurs.
• 5. Constructing a paper clock by partitioning a circle and telling time in hours.
• 6. Recognizing halves within a circular clock face and telling time to the half-hour.

### Numbers and Place Value

• 1. Identifying and Representing 2-digit numbers using ones and tens.
• 2. Expanded form of 2-digit numbers.
• 3. Comparing up to 2-digit numbers based on meanings of ones and tens digits, using the symbols >, < and =.

### Number Relations and Patterns

• 1. Using concrete materials 0–20 to find all the addition combinations to form a given number.
• 2. Identifying 10 more, 10 less, 1 more, and 1 less than a two-digit number.
• 3. Identifying even and odd numbers.
• 4. Doing skip counts by 1s, 5s, 10s and 100s.

### Weight

• 1. Estimating and comparing weight using informal vocabulary: heavy, heavier, heaviest; light, lighter, lightest.
• 2. Using appropriate non-standard measuring units and instruments which are best for weighing various objects.
• 3. Discussing the need for standard units.
• 4. Estimating, measuring and recording weight using standard units. (the kilogram).

### Shapes and Spatial Understanding

• 1. Identifying the objects which roll and slide.
• 2. Creating a composite shape from 2D shapes and describing the composite shape using shape names and positions.
• 3. Creating a composite shape from 3D shapes and describing the composite shape using shape names and positions.
• 4. Exploring the relationship between 2D and 3D shapes.
• 5. Naming and counting shapes as parts of a whole, recognizing relative sizes of the parts.
• 6. Partitioning shapes and identifying the concept of halves and quarters of circles and rectangles.

### Modelling Data

• 1. Collecting, sorting, and organizing data.

### Numbers and Counting

• 1. Counting to 20 using number names.
• 2. Counting forward and backwards (0-100).
• 3. Counting in 1s, and 10s.

• 1. Calculating sums and differences to 10 using number bonds with the help of number cards, number frames, dot cards, Cuisenaire strips and numerals.
• 2. Number Bonds of 100 (in tens).
• 3. Adding tens to a 2-digit number.
• 4. Finding sums and differences by decomposing and composing teen numbers.
• 5. Applying the commutative, associative and zero properties of addition to write addition sentences.
• 6. Writing and interpreting two-digit numbers as addition sentences that combine tens and ones.
• 7. Solving story sums on addition using contextualized stories.
• 9. Using the arrow method to reach numbers up to 100.
• 10. Adding 2-digit with 1-digit numbers. (without and with regrouping).
• 11. Adding 2-digit with 2-digit numbers (without regrouping).
• 12. Identifying subtraction as inverse of addition.
• 13. Subtracting tens from a 2-digit number.
• 14. Subtracting 1-digit from 2-digit numbers. (without and with regrouping).
• 15. Subtracting 2-digit with 2-digit number (without regrouping).
• 16. Solving story sums on subtraction using contextualized stories.
• 17. Solving word problems based on the comparison of numbers.

### Money

• 1. Identifying Indian currency by their image, name and value.
• 2. Decomposing the values of coins and notes.
• 3. Exchanging of coins and notes to up to ₹100.
• 4. Using coins and notes as representations of numbers to 100.
• 5. Solving practical tasks and problems using money which items can be bought with given money?